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Visitors kisses in front of the Love-o-meter, an interactiv exhibition which expresses the strength of one's love in verses from the poem Marina, the longest love poem in the world written by Andrej Sladkovic in 1844, in Banska Stiavnica on February 3, 2018.
When the world's longest love poem meets cutting edge technology, all is set for couples to turn a small medieval Slovak town into the next Paris or Verona where lovers come to preserve their love stories for eternity. But unlike the story of Romeo and Juliet and their famous balcony in Verona, the "Epicentre of Love" NGO in Banska Stiavnica, once a silver mining hub in central Slovakia, venerates a real story of love: the one between Slovak poet Andrej Sladkovic and his muse Marina.  / AFP PHOTO / VLADIMIR SIMICEK / TO GO WITH AFP STORY by LASZLO JUHASZ
Visitors kisses in front of the Love-o-meter, an interactiv exhibition which expresses the strength of one's love in verses from the poem Marina, the longest love poem in the world written by Andrej Sladkovic in 1844, in Banska Stiavnica on February 3, 2018. When the world's longest love poem meets cutting edge technology, all is set for couples to turn a small medieval Slovak town into the next Paris or Verona where lovers come to preserve their love stories for eternity. But unlike the story of Romeo and Juliet and their famous balcony in Verona, the "Epicentre of Love" NGO in Banska Stiavnica, once a silver mining hub in central Slovakia, venerates a real story of love: the one between Slovak poet Andrej Sladkovic and his muse Marina. / AFP PHOTO / VLADIMIR SIMICEK / TO GO WITH AFP STORY by LASZLO JUHASZ
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